Prevent Calcium Build-Up in Arteries
Welcome, everyone. Dr. Mandel here. I want to give you some great quick remedies. If you are suffering with excessive calcium, build up in your body and maybe within the arteries, within the tendons, within the muscles. These great remedies are going to help you tremendously.
Apple cider vinegar definitely has magic in helping to unclog calcium and to break it down one to two tablespoons in the morning with honey. If you like, you can do it plain, do it on an empty stomach, preferably a glass of water that is room temperature.
And you can add stevia, erythritol, monk fruit, whatever suits you. Chanka piada, known as the stone breaker. It’s known to emulsify excessive calcium within the body. People have been doing this for many, many years.
The average dose goes from 500 milligrams to about 1200. Those that are around 500 or 800 will have you take it about three times a day, one with each meal. Those that have higher doses will have you take it two times a day.
Although look at the directions on the formulation that you decide to get. Vitamin K two, particularly MK seven, is the supplement you’re looking for approximately 90 to 100 micrograms. That is the average standard that you’ll see out there.
This plays a crucial role in the bone as well as the cardiovascular system. This takes out excessive calcium out of the arteries, the cardiovascular region, as well as allowing calcium to get into the bone instead of putting it into the soft tissue. And last is magnesium.
Magnesium allows calcium to get into the bones. Now, magnesium also allows vitamin D to be turned on to its active form, because vitamin D is necessary to allow calcium to be absorbed into your bones. Without adequate amounts of vitamin D, you will become osteoporotic or you will lack calcium into your bones. Magnesium deficiency is a major epidemic.
We’re not getting it from our foods because our soils are depleted. And what about the drugs that we take? What about other foods that are allowing our body to excrete it? We’re not keeping that magnesium. It’s affecting our calcium balance in our body.
So make sure you’re getting enough magnesium. They say 400 milligrams is average, but we should be getting a lot more. Remember that magnesium and calcium help balance each other. Your body must always be in a state of homeostasis to work at its maximum potential.
So utilize these strategies that work best for you. I wish you good health. Please share this with your friends and family. Leave your comments below. And most important, make it a great day. I’m I’m Dr. Allen. Mandel.